Shady Oaks Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... Gold Rush. Recognizing that suitability of the Napa Valley land for winemaking, he founded his winemaking operation in 1874. Laurent and his vineyards rose to prominence during the 1880s, when wines produced in California began ...
... running everything, and we're totally in fear of the promised full breakfast, especially after tonight's meal (yay, at last, some ribs worth eating) at Rutherford Grill. No food pic, but a couple of happy diners smiled for the camera.
Time to snooze.
Same time, same place, ...
... not a loser in the bunch. I'm starting to believe that Napa wine just might be correct when they claim to have the best quality wine in the world. Each tasting point was in a different location of the MASSIVE facilitiy. As you can see from the pictures--the views while doing our sampling were 'one of a kind'. A light haze lay over the valley below which might have resulted from the rather warm sunny day, but it did NOT distract ...
Monday I walked up to Hertz with Theodora and picked up car, picked up the others at the Hotel, and soon we were heading towards "EATS" breakfast place that Theodora had discovered on previous visit. Then we were back into car and over the Golden Gate Bridge (which, despite my vertigo, was not too scary) and immediately dropped off the Highway and drove down to Sausalito for a view back at San Francisco which would ...
... open area and sidewalks to view from, and it was free to watch. This one in California cost us $36, was out back from an information center/gift shop, and you were able to walk up just feet from the eruption area. There was nothing to keep someone from walking right out into the hot water. The eruption was impressive at 60 – 100 feet of water with a temperature of 350 degrees, and it lasted about five minutes. We are still not convinced of the safety ...